Engineering feat dating from 1959
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The car was based on the Brookwood 2-door wagon, the exterior trim was that of a Bel Air, and the interior was borrowed from the Biscayne.
The El Camino was also billed as the first Chevrolet pickup to have a steel bed floor rather than wood.
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DP199, the prototype DB4GT, was made by cutting a very early DB4 platform chassis in two with the floor join reinforced by a fishplate, still visible today.Allegedly this came about in the 1930s when a woman wrote a letter to Ford Australia asking for a vehicle that could “carry them to church on Sunday and take the pigs to market on Monday.” This simple request eventually led to Ford’s creation of the Ranchero for U. markets, and the El Camino followed two years later.1959 El Camino When it was introduced, the 1959 El Camino was a conglomeration of several GM cars.While the El Camino was radical in design, it was a new play on an old idea.For years, farmers in Australia had been using vehicles called Utes to tote goods and equipment back and forth from farm to market.